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Tight End, Chicago Bears

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Draft: 2020 Round 2 (11)
College: Notre Dame
Ht: 6’6”  Wt: 262 DOB: 1999-03-10 Age: 21
TE Rank Tier ADP-12
#37 6 -

Season Stats
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  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2020 (Projected) CHI     24 289 12.0 2 40.9  

2020 Outlook
Depth Chart
Following last offseason's reality game-show-like pursuit of a new kicker, Chicago again has tried a dramatic approach to finding a new tight end by rostering as many as nine different players this offseason! While most will be cut by camp, two guys likely to stick and be a part of the rotation are veteran Jimmy Graham, and athletic rookie Cole Kmet from Notre Dame.

Matt Nagy brings a version of this offense that has always run best using multiple tight ends. The reason they lavished millions of free agency dollars on Trey Burton, and have brought in a legion of players to remake the position, is evidence of that. The Bears have had some of the worst fantasy production from the tight end position over the last few seasons, and while Graham and Kmet are mega upgrades, I'm still not sure this is a place to look for fantasy production. Graham largely flopped during his time in Green Bay and is well past his prime. If he couldn't find a way to produce on an offense like the Packers, it's not going to improve in Chicago. And while Kmet brings a very rare combination of size and speed, and was considered the top tight end in the class, he's still very raw with only 23 games played during his three seasons in South Bend.

Any production this duo musters is going to be more than Burton gave during his time on the team, so while it may help the passing game be a bit more balanced and structured, it will take the unlikely return to glory for Graham, or the bucking of the rookie tight end trend for Kmet for either of these players to see a return on a fantasy investment.
Fan. Tm. Player
TE1TE1 Jimmy Graham
TE2TE2 Cole Kmet
TE3TE3 Demetrius Harris
TE4TE4 J.P. Holtz
TE5TE5 Jesper Horsted
TE6TE6 Eric Saubert
Bears Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Bears trade TE Adam Shaheen to Dolphins
Bears will get a conditional sixth-round pick
By: Mike Krueger | Sat Jul 25, 7:00 pm

Chicgao Bears
The Bears were done with tight end Adam Shaheen a while ago. Now they’re making it official. The team is trading Shaheen to the Dolphins for a conditional sixth-round pick, a source said Saturday. It ends his exasperating run with the Bears after they drafted him in the second round in 2017. (Chicago Sun Times)

FFToday's Take: Shaheen has been a bust in Chicago totaling 16 catches, 249 yards and 4 TDs in three years with the team. Rookie Cole Kmet was drafted this season and will work with Jimmy Graham and Demetrius Harris in the tight end room. This move doesn't affect Mike Gesicki's fantasy value much at all.



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